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  • Phoenix Community Alliance Helps Lead Hance Park Fundraising Efforts

    Shade trees, a splash pad, amphitheater and restaurant represent just some of the big changes coming to Margaret T. Hance Park. more >

  • Building Community One Slice at a Time: Roosevelt Row’s Pie Social Returns Nov. 4

    Pie Social connects the community through a shared love of pie, and in that spirit, it's an all-ages event and admission is free. Tasting tickets are $15 for five slices and proceeds benefit the Roosevelt Row CDC. more >

  • New Hotel Coming to Roosevelt Row

    Construction has begun on a new hotel in the Roosevelt Row Arts District.  The seven-story Cambria hotel will have 127 rooms and is slated to open at the end of 2019. Located on the northwest corner of Third and Portland streets, the upscale hotel will feature a rooftop pool with cabanas and a bar, and panoramic […] more >

  • How density could be the key to sustaining Phoenix

    The words Phoenix and density don’t really go together — at least not yet. Increasing demand for walkability is changing the urban footprint in downtowns across the Valley. Places like Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, and Phoenix are investing in their downtowns in a big way, primarily for economic reasons. But over time, the social and […] more >

  • 11 November Events Celebrating Fall in Downtown Phoenix

    Your November is about to get booked up real quick. Whether you’re looking for beer and food festivals or something to bring the kids to, Downtown Phoenix has the very best events of the season. 11/3 – Arizona Fall Fest – Margaret T. Hance Park Fall Fest is a free and family-friendly celebration of everything […] more >

  • Phoenix Public Market Hosts First PHX Pheast Farm-To-Fork Tasting Event

    There’s something special about buying locally-grown produce from the Phoenix Public Market. The local farmer’s market, which started in 2005, brings together community, music and the farmers who have dedicated their lives to growing produce to nourish us all. To celebrate the farmers who make a market like ours possible, Phoenix Public Market will hold its […] more >

  • Dogs on Parade: Howl-o-ween Encourages Pups and People To Dress Up Oct. 28

    On Sunday, Oct. 28, Downtown Phoenix Inc. in partnership with Crescent Ballroom, will activate the west side of Margaret T. Hance Park with a canine costume extravaganza. more >

  • 10 Tips For Bringing Your Kids to a Downtown Phoenix Sports Game

    Everything you need to know about bringing your kids downtown for a D-backs, Suns, Mercury or Ratttlers game. more >

  • 8 Businesses You Didn’t Know Were Coming to Downtown Phoenix

    It seems like businesses pop up in Downtown Phoenix every day. Sometimes it’s a nice surprise to stumble across a new bar or restaurant. But let’s be honest: It’s way more exciting to know what’s coming long before the doors are opened. From bars and donut shops to hot chicken and more, get the scoop […] more >

  • Fall Theater Preview 2018: 11 Must-See Shows this Season

    Starting now and every day through November, you can find world-class theater, music and dance right in the heart of the city. From intimate jazz clubs like The Nash to grand spectacles at Symphony Hall — Downtown Phoenix has the very best performances of the season. Check out our top picks from the Arizona Opera, Black […] more >